I love the Bite Beauty Amuse Bouche lipsticks. As soon as I knew that a liquid version was released, I stalked them on the Sephora website and I bought some at the moment they launched (of course, I almost bought half of the range, showing some measure and restraint, as usual! ^^). So here is my review of the Bite Beauty Amuse Bouche Liquified lipsticks!
Managing to create a huge buzz with glitter eyeshadows two months after the holiday season, it’s kind of a big achievement… Well, mission accomplished for Stila and their Magnificent Metals Glitter & Glow Liquid Eye Shadows!
I know and love the Sephora Creme Lip Stain for years. But their original color range was not really my cup of tea. But Sephora recently added 27 new colors to this range. So I thought it was about time I told you more about them!
The Boscia MakeUp-BreakUp Cool Cleansing Oil was on my cleansing oils wishlist for at least four years! Yes, it’s been a while… ;)
I swore I wouldn’t buy anything from the Too Faced Sweet Peach collection. Too much hype kills the hype, don’t you think? Well, I should have followed my first instinct! ;)
The lipsticks that impressed me the most in 2016 are definitely the Bite Beauty ones. And the Matte Crème Lip Crayon is no exception to the rule!
If you’re interested in beauty news, you probably heard that L’Oréal group acquired the brand IT Cosmetics last July.
I came across an IT Cosmetics products stand during one of my treks to cosmetics stores in the United States
I feel like I need to warn you: I’m not a travel blogger. I’m not even a lifestyle blogger. Here, usually, it’s all about beauty, and only beauty. But today, I really want to make an exception and share part of my lovely trip to the US and Canada from last month through this messy travel diary! ;)
Hello from beautiful Vermont and its stunning views!
Yes, now, if you have a blog that generates a lot of traffic, a successful YouTube channel or Instagram account (and/or Snapchat / Twitter / Facebook…) with a lot of subscribers/followers, you’re no longer part of the common bloggers category anymore, no, you’re now an influencer. The result is that blogging has became a lot more focused on business than it previously was, and partnerships with brands are now completely OK.
Won’t bloggers risk losing their independence through too many partnerships with brands? And what about the honesty & transparency with their readers?